September 5, 2018 EDT, 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Learn the seven steps to effective regulatory response and be prepared to respond quickly to ensure compliance.
Regulatory agencies such as the SEC and CFTC can initiate an investigation into business activity at any time, bringing challenges beyond those of typical ediscovery. Regulatory investigations often relate to unclear charges, make broad and sweeping data requests under unrealistically tight timelines, and bear severe consequences for noncompliance. Organizations need to be prepared to identify, preserve, and analyze relevant information rapidly and accurately.
In this webinar, Zapproved will discuss seven clear, actionable steps to launch a successful regulatory response. These steps start with strategizing and preserving data before moving into assessing information, negotiating the terms of the request, creating privilege logs, and keeping the lines of communication open.
Any organization subject to regulatory oversight could be investigated at any time. Prepare today so you can face tomorrow with confidence
This webinar is generously sponsored by Zapproved.
Meet our presenters:
Vice President of Corporate Strategy, Zapproved LLC
Brad has more than 30 years of experience in the high technology and enterprise software sectors, including assisting Fortune 1000 companies enhance their e-discovery preparedness through technology and process improvement. Brad is a frequent author and speaker on data preservation and e-discovery issues, including articles in National Law Journal, Corporate Counsel, Metropolitan Corporate Counsel and Information Management and presentations at leading industry events such as LegalTech New York. Prior to joining Zapproved, he led the development of electronic discovery readiness consulting efforts for Fios, Inc. from 2004 to 2009. He has held senior management positions at prominent public and privately held companies, including Hewlett-Packard, Tektronix and Merant.
eDiscovery Manager, Duke Energy
As eDiscovery Manager within the Legal Department at Duke Energy, Amy is responsible for supporting paralegals and attorneys, managing archive systems, processing ESI, and training the legal team on eDiscovery tools. Prior to joining Duke in 2002, Amy spent eight years as a Certified Lotus Instructor at IKON.
Senior Counsel, Dentons
Ron Hedges is a member of Dentons’ Litigation and Dispute Resolution practice group. He has extensive experience in e-discovery and in the management of complex litigation and has served as a special master, arbitrator and mediator. He also consults on management and discovery of electronically stored information (“ESI”). As a retired United States Magistrate Judge for the District of New Jersey, Ron has written widely and spoken frequently on Information Governance Discovery in the area of electronic health records and on defensible disposition generally. He has presented on eDiscovery topics including defensible disposition to the American Records Management Association (ARMA), the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) and the New Jersey Judicial College.
Senior Counsel eDiscovery, Duke Energy
Peter Rabinov oversees eDiscovery at Duke Energy Corporation consisting of matters ranging from personal injury and property damage to regulatory and complex litigations. He is involved in all facets of the EDRM, training staff and lawyers in eDiscovery, and leading the eDiscovery Group at Duke. Prior to Duke, he was an eDiscovery attorney at Irell and Manella LLP in Los Angeles, where he practiced eDiscovery primarily for Intellectual Property matters. Peter began his eDiscovery career at Gibson, Dunn and Crutcher LLP in 2005, where he was Staff Attorney. He is a member of Sedona Conference Working Group One. He has authored articles for Legal Technology News and Century City Bar Journal.